The Carro Veloce CV 33 and CV 35, also known as L3/33 and L3/35 tankettes were Italian armored fighting vehicles used during World War Two.
The Breda Ba.64 was an Italian ground attack aircraft first put into service in 1937. By 1939, Regia Aeronautica began replacing them with the Breda Ba.65.
The Reggiane Re.2001 Falco II is a single engine, low wing monoplane fighter which flew for the Italian Regia Aeronautica in World War Two in various roles.
The Scotti Cannone-Mitragliera da 20/77 was first produded in 1932. It was a far simpler weapon than the Breda 20 mm, but the performance was inferior.
The Italian Andrea Dorea Class battleship includes the Andrea Dorea and the Caio Duilio. Originally built during WWI, they both saw limited service in WWII.
Spica Class Torpedo Boats were very active in the Italian convoy supply line during World War II. Various engagements saw the loss of 23 of the original 32.
The Italian Zara Class cruisers served during World War Two. They were the Zara, Fiume, Pola, and Gorizia. Three sank during the Battle of Cape Matapan.
The Littorio Class Battleship was the most modern battleship the Italy had in World War Two. They included Littorio, Vittorio Veneto, Roma and Impero.
The Motoscafo da Turismo MT, or Barchino, was an effective Italian Explosive Motorboat designed to ram vessels and detonate a warhead below the waterline.